CouponChief Launches New Tool to Improve User Experience and Outcome

Mar 22, 2011, 10:16 ET from

HOOD RIVER, Ore., March 22, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- relies on user feedback to continue to improve its customers' online coupon experience. Its latest coupon tool, called "Coupon Pulse," is designed to help customers understand how other people are using coupons and how they can most benefit from each offer.

"Coupon Pulse is a unique feature to our site that is a first in the affiliate marketing industry," says Gary Gray, co-founder of  "After gathering feedback from people using our coupon codes, we decided to come up with a tool that would allow us share this information with other users easily and effectively."

So, how does it work? When visitors use one of the coupons listed, they are asked questions about their experience. How much did they save? Did they save on one item, multiple items, or free shipping? Did the coupon work at all?

The Coupon Pulse tool communicates the latest vote feedback and reveals how much the average person saved; how many people have used the coupon; the trust score of the coupon submitter; and more.

"This information is invaluable to coupon users when sorting out which coupon best suits their purchase," adds Gray. "It saves money and time."


Launched in 2005, is an online leader in coupons, deals and discounts. Users are invited to comment, rate and validate coupons so everyone has access to the best deals around.

With its unique Pays-2-Share program, ensures having every coupon online available to its users. For any coupon a member adds to the site, shares two percent of any resulting sales made with that coupon.

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